Screenshot of new site. Courtesy city of Mercer Island

Screenshot of new site. Courtesy city of Mercer Island

City launches new website

The new domain name is www.mercerisland.gov; email addresses of city officials will change to first.last@mercerisland.gov format.

  • Friday, July 24, 2020 10:00am
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Earlier this spring, the city embarked on the design of a renovated website with improved functionality, more powerful search capabilities and a new look.

The COVID-19 pandemic, however, interrupted most regular work, including the project. Now, the refurbished website is complete, and is under the domain name www.mercerisland.gov.

The old site won’t function for much longer, so the city is encouraging users to familiarize themselves with new navigation features.

All email addresses of city officials will also change to first.last@mercerisland.gov. This transition, though, will not be implemented immediately. Messages to old addresses will be auto-forwarded to new ones in the interim.

Those who come across broken links or other issues with the new website are encouraged to go to www.mercerisland.gov/contact




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